Our programmes consist of multimedia presentations that are colourful, vibrant, and interactive.

  • The busy life of the honey bee

Perhaps the best known and most useful of the social insects is the honey bee. Since the earliest of times, humans have been fascinated by their complex society.

Bee part of this exciting journey and discover the wonderworld of the honey bee.

  • How do bees make honey?
  • How does a bee colony work?
  • What types of bees do you get?
  • Why are bees so important?
  • Are you water wise?

To be WISE means to take the knowledge you have gained and use it to benefit yourself and others, including plants and animals, without causing harm. The quintessence of this programme is to make children aware of the importance to use our water wisely and not waste it.

Tap Mascot will be visiting the children to help them discover the importance of clean, safe water.

  • Breathe in, breathe out

The goal is to make children curious of their environment so that they become aware of the different and interesting ways nature breathes. Come and explore the world of Oxygen further to see what other airy facts we can “inhale.”

  • Pets and their manners

Furry, feathered of finned friends offer kids much more than companionship. They help children develop lifetime character traits like responsibility, compassion, empathy, accountability, resourcefulness, and the ability to love unconditionally.

  • Different pets
  • Choosing the right pet
  • Pets and their manners
  • Safety around pets
  • Can I provide my pet with the attention, love, care, space and exercise it needs?
  • What will happen to my pet when we go on holiday?
  • A visit to the vet
  • We alo look at animal welfare and rescue organisations.
  • And children will have the chance of meeting and petting real pets.
  • My incredible body

Most children are well familiar with their outside body. With this programme we focus on the inner body, ‘Lets look inside.’ A variety of engaging activities present the concepts in ways that young students can understand.

  • The human body has structures and behaviors that help it grow and survive
  • The body has external parts
  • The body has internal parts – skeleton and muscles, heart and lungs, stomach and intestines
  • The brain controls body functions and is the center of thinking
  • Humans use their five senses to find out about their surroundings: hearing, sight, smell, taste, touch
  • Humans grow and change during their life cycles
  • We must take care of our bodies: nutrition, rest, cleanliness, exercise, safety.
  • Feathered friends

Teaching kids about wild birds can be educational in so many ways. Studying birds teaches children keen observation and listening skills. Learning about birds teaches geography as children study the habitats of different species.

One of the greatest benefits of watching birds is the love of learning and the appreciation for science and the great outdoors that will follow children throughout their lives.

Come and enjoy this colourful and chirping journey with us. LIVE chicks visiting are the highlight of this programme.

  • The story of milk

The story of milk teaches learners about the food path to produce milk and other dairy products. Discover how cows make milk, together with other interesting facts about milk itself.

SAMPRO and CLOVER SA are friends of GROW @EDUPLUS and provides schools with learning materials and products when available.

  • Photosynthesis
  • The grazing cow
  • Milking a cow
  • Transport
  • Processing milk
  • Packaging
  • Dairy transport
  • Buying and enjoying dairy
  • Into the wild - mammals

Together with Layla (our loveable rhino) we discover mammals from the largest – the Blue Whale – to the smallest – the Kitty’s hog-nosed (bumblebee bat); and of course the Big Five – the 5 largest land mammals of South Africa.

  • Mammals are one of the six main classes of animals
  • What makes an animal a Mammal?
  • Egg-laying mammals
  • Mobile incubator: Incredible eggs

Our aim is to provide an educational experience for all, bringing the joy of watching eggs hatching, and chicks emerging from their shells, right to your door. Teachers and children can watch with excitement and awe as chicks begin hatching in the classroom.

With the wonder of seeing an egg hatch and watching the newly hatched chicks, children and adults alike will be fascinated by this programme.


Delivery normally occurs on a Monday or Tuesday morning. We take great care when “candling” to ensure that, to the best of our knowledge, there is a living embryo inside our eggs at the time of delivery. We will set up the equipment and explain everything you need to know.

With our programme we supply all the equipment you need. You will receive your batch of fertilized eggs which are days off hatching, incubator, brooder box for viewing once they have hatched, beading, heat lamp, food, and water. Temperature and humidity levels are closely controlled in sophisticated machinery during the main incubation period. Every moment can be observed through our high visibility hatcher. So, you shouldn’t have to miss a thing! Once dry and fluffy, the chicks are transferred to our brooder box.

Once the programme is over, we will collect the chicks and equipment, the chicks are then taken home where they are reared on in a caring and natural environment.


  • Save our planet

Our environment is everything that surrounds us, both natural e.g. trees, plants, sun as well as man made e.g., your school, house and shops.

Understanding the environment will help children to make the earth a safer and friendlier place for both humans and animals.

  • Earths natural recourses: plants, trees, soil sunlight, wind, water, minerals, coal, oil and fossil fuels
  • Ecological footprint: What does your daily footprint looks like?
  • Environmental challenges: We are currently using 30% more of planet’s resources that are available.
  • Sustainable solutions: What can you do to help the earth?
  • Easter

The story of the resurrection comes to life. We dress some of the learners up as soldiers, disciples, and Jesus as they re-enact the story.

  • Into space

Come and enjoy the journey of travelling to all the different planets. With this interactive show, the learners will have fun while learning the different characteristics of each planet.

  • Puppet shows

Stop the bully!

This session, using Brutus and Rose, our resident puppets, teaches children to identify the different types of bullying behaviour and to better understand its impacts on others. Using small group discussions and role plays we aim to actively engage the students and equip them with strategies for assertiveness, resisting peer pressure and taking an active bystander position. Creating proactive bystanders has been shown to be the single biggest factor in reducing the level of bullying at schools and, as such, we bring a strong focus to it at this level.

  • Verbal Bullying:
    • Verbal bullying is saying or writing mean things
  • Social Bullying:
    • Social bullying, sometimes referred to as relational bullying, involves hurting someone’s reputation or relationships. This includes any form of bullying done online (also known as cyber bullying)
  • Physical Bullying:
    • Physical bullying involves hurting a person’s body or possessions.

Christmas fantasy

Start the festive season off with a bang! Our Christmas Puppet Show transports you to the life of two mice. Prutice and Tip. Prutice lives in the big city and can sometime be a real naughty fellow. He is very excited because he will be visiting his cousin Tip for the holidays. Tip lives close to the beach and unlike his cousin Prutice, does everything by the book. Santa Clause visits them both and brings their favourite type of gift…Cheese!